Hey guys, say hello to Razer’s Project Fiona — it’s a tablet that can play hi-def PC games and comes outfitted with motion, touchscreen and traditional button controls. In other words, it looks like Razer decided not to dillydally and ripped-off the WiiU months before Nintendo’s new machine is even set to come out.
Of course it’s not exactly like the WiiU. WiiU games run on a traditional, box-under-your-TV console and are merely streamed to the tablet controller, while Project Fiona runs the games on the controller itself. Another difference, Project Fiona will sell 100 units, while WiiU will probably sell 100 million. Or maybe I’m wrong — check out a video of this possible (anything’s possible, right?) new gaming sensation after the jump…
Phew, good thing that video was only a minute long — all that headbanging was making my neck sore. Project Fiona will run most current high-end PC games and Razer hopes developers will even start making games exclusively tailored to the system. Good luck with that.
via ars technica
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